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    January 14, 2013
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how hospitals here are dealing with the demand for (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> it's cold. very cold. >> anchorage is a lot warmer than it is here in livermore. black ice on the roads triggering chain reaction accidents. >> we have a dogpile throug vehicle five >> now a live look at dowtown livermore, and a live shot from our mount tamalpais camera. just a matter of hours before freezing temperatures set in. good evening, i'm pam moore in the kron4 weather center with jacqueline bennet. jacqueline, you're tracking this cold snap? >> exactly, the high today will be in those and other days. with 50s for the most part. when you factor in that the wind just that a slight bit of when to make it feel that much colder. just to 48 today and it daly city. 51 in concord, 50 degrees in antioch. temperatures are going to
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get cold once again. freezing conditions. the 40's and 50's. 44 degrees in daly city. 40's in antioch. and as we take a look outside with the san mateo bridge we do have a crystal clear skies and cold air mass. temperatures are going to be in the 20's & '30's, overnight. with freeze warnings and frost advisory's. tomorrow, a little bit warmer we will continue in hall warmer it is going to get, coming up. >> pam: the freezing weather making for dangerous road conditions. ice on the roadway is to blame for this six- car crash in oakland this morning. in the north bay - a 150- foot tall redwood tree fell into a home. this was the scene on baltimore avenue, in
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larkspur. the tree came down - blocking a roadway - and smashing the two story home, just after 11-am. damage is said to be significant - one person was home at the time - but was not hurt. at last check - some power outages in the area. >> this was just after a 11:00 a.m.. the damages that to be significant. and thank goodness that person was not hurt. >> freezing cold on our facebook fan page. they have been sending these pictures and a take a look of this windshield. covered with frost. and we will be showcasing any pictures coming up later our kron-4 facebook fans have been sending in pictures of this freezing weather. here's a nice shot. in. you can message us on facebook - we'll be showcasing more photos.later in the show.
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>> pam: now to a developing story - a flu outbreak across the u-s. twenty children have died so far this flu season. here in california -- four adults are dead. and the sickness could just be getting started here. at last check, the flu is widespread in 47-states. that does not include california. tonight, kron4 has team coverage on the flu. terisa estacio is on the peninsula, where kaiser permanente is awaiting thousands more vacination shots. but first, lets to justine waldman -- she has more on how the outbreak is being dealt with in the east bay. >> the frigde is full of flu vaccines at contra costa health services. from the nasal spray to the shot for kids and the regular vial.no shortage here. the supply is meeting the demand. >> we have not had to turn people away and we have plenty of vaccine available. >> reporter: as the immunization coordinator. paul leung tells me. so far this flu season the public health clinics have given out about 15-thousand flu shots. last year's total: 20- thousand. even with flu season. picking up.he is not anticipating any problems. >> for those people who have not had one. they can
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certainly come to one of our clinics and get it >> reporter: doctors say it is too soon to tell just how bad flu season will be. it ends in march, in martinez justine waldman kron 4 news. >> we continue our team coverage of the flu outbreak. last week, kaiser permanente hospitals had a shortage of vaccines at some of their facilities in northern california. but as kron four's terisa estacio reports, help is now on the way for those people in need of a shot. >> reporter: at some kaiser permanente facilities in northern california there simply was not enough vaccines to meet demand. but that was last week. now, this week. the spot shortage is over. and help is on the way. this is doctor smith - an infectious disease expert for kaiser. >> we moved supplies around. to deal with issue. plus, the doctor says a large supply is on it's way. >> thousand on the way. >> reporter: and that is a very good thing. especially for this reason. take a look at this graph on the
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doctor's computer screen. see how it shows an up tick right here. well, the doctor explains. this graph is showing them, concrete facts that the flu is definitely rising in number. with no signs of letting up. >> reporter: redwood city. terisa mustachio, kron 4 news. terisa--estacio >> catherine: we have been talking about widespread illness and 24 states, new york city reporting a high level. flu. clinics were busy in boston this weekend - after a flu emergency was declared in the city. 18 people have died there -- and people were lining up for free shots. across the country - 24 states and new york city are reporting a 'high' level of
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sickness. health officials say this year's flu shot is about 64% effective. >> breaking news in the lance armstrong doping saga. armstrong has confessed that he used performance enhancing drugs during his cycling career. a source with knowledge of the situation says the admition came during the taping of an interview with oprah winfrey. armstrong was apparently emotional at times while confessing. he's been accused of using performance enhancing drugs while winning a record 7 tour de france titles. before the interview, armstrong apologized to staff at his livestrong cancer fighting foundation. armstrong was stripped of all seven tour titles last year in the wake of a voluminous u.s. anti-doping agency report the interview will air thursday on oprah winfrey's network. we'll stay on top of this developing story. >> a developing story tonight. the newest search for victims of the speed freak killers. is now in its second week.
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this duo carried out a drug- fueled killing spree in the 1980's and 90's. this year, the f.b.i. has started the digging for victim remains in the case. joining us now, kron4's j-r stone. jr, last year. the remains of three people were found in a well in linden. now - a new search in a different spot. but so far. no human remains have been found. >> they are still preparing. the scene. i just spoke with the fbi in 15 minutes ago. however, more setbacks. experts are having difficulty identifying the bottom of the well. they thought that the natural bottom was 200 ft.. now, it is difficult to say. keep in mind that they thought that it was at 50 ft. but that is not the case. they have put
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down the cameras and they do not believe that this is the absolute bottom. they are going to continue to try to excavate materials from this site. again, the site preparations. we're not talking about going down 50 ft.. 200 ft. that has been with the big delay. jerry r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: the san francisco police department releases the sketch of a man who attacked a woman in the mission dictrict. this is a sketch of the suspect who investigators say, tried to sexually assault a 31-year old woman back on january sixth. just before three in the morning, the woman was walking down 23rd street towards church, when a man lunged at her-- grabbing her head and throwing her to the ground. he is described as an asian
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or hispanic male, 25 years of age, with a buzz haircut and slight beard growth. >> pam: a violent weekend in oakland. 15 people shot -- four of those killed. today, oakland city officials promising action. more on that part of the story ahead. but first, grant lodes is standing by with more on the------------------------ we'll break it down and map out all the shootings starting with friday. starting on firday.four shootings.all of them fatal.all over the city. three fo the four were friday afternoon. the other was 8:15 friday night. two shootings saturday.nobody died. but there were three people shot at this one location saturday afternoon.near seminary avenue and harmon street. and then three more shootings yesterday - sunday. none fatal but a five people were shot at this one location - seminary and foothill boulevard. less than a half mile from saturday's shooting in which 3 people were hit.
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>> pam: six people have been murdered already this year in oakland. earlier today, oakland police chief howard jordan held a press conference to explain how he plans to deal with this recent rise in shootings >> i have been working with my staff over the weekend with a redeployment plan to temporarily assigned officers to the streets. we've received assistance from the c h p, a highway patrol, the sheriff's office and we tend to have an agreement ironed out that will add 15 additional officers to the streets. >> pam: chief jordan says two rival groups are connected to some of these recent shootings, and says they are also responsible for the majority of the violence in the city >> catherine: the 16-year- old california boy accused of shooting a classmate has now been charged as an adult. this is bryan oliver. he's been charged with attempted murder and other counts - in the thursday
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shooting at a high school in the southern california town of taft. one student was injured. people who know bryan say he was teased for his small stature. and that he was smart - and sometimes scorned for saying irreverent things. he reportedly targeted classmates who had bullied him. >> one month after a deadly school shooting that left 20 children dead. we're getting a better idea of what the president wants in terms of gun control. i'll have the story at 5- 30. >> but first, is the apple i-phone un-cool? kron4's tech reporter gabe slate looks at the lower demand now being reported, for the once hot smart- phone. after the break. >> and one game stands between the 49-ers and a super-bowl spot. kron4 sports director gary radnich will be here [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet
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>> pam: >> pam: apple's dominance in the smart=phone market may be coming to and end. according the wall street journal, apple has cut i=phone five component last month. this suggests that demand is lower than predicted causing apple to slow down on manufacturing orders for more devices. their stock was hit hard on this report. closing near five hundred dollars today down from its high just three months ago in september. is this just an over reaction by investors or is the i=phone finally losing its mojo we turn to kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate to answer that.
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>> let us look at the big picture. this is what some analysts believe that it is losing its grip on the marketplace. number one, the rise of the samsung android. it over to talk to be the biggest seller of smart phones there are so many different samsung phones and some of the newest ones are cheaper than the iphone. sometimes even free! how can apple compete? and the rise of the new phablet like the galaxy of notes. the screens are huge, with a stylus. and what ever it is, they are catching on and apple does not sell one your and also, the iphone 4 is offering get free. retailers are saying that the iphone 4 has been sold out and not selling out of the iphone 5. consumers could be choosing the free
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iphone 4. apple has been not responding. to this report. this could all be a rumor and wall street is just acting on fears and emotions. their projected earnings are released next week. they will probably clear up this chatter about componentry gabe slate tech report >> jacqueline: it was certainly a cold day today and in other tomorrow. 43 degrees and real work in the 40's and some other locations. it is going to get a lot colder. fairfield, 45. livermore, 45 and santa rosa, 53 degrees. here is what we can expect tomorrow. cold and frosty.
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as we go towards wednesday and thursday. we will warm up with wednesday and thursday of the cooler side. still, however frosty. as we take a look out side of the satellite & radar. this high-pressure is up and are round. you can see the snow. we are going to stay dry. temperatures in the 20's and 30's. 36 in a san rafael, 28 in napa, 29 in livermore. temperatures afterward near freezing. 30's in a san is a freeze a warningy, for the north bay and the in the valleys. defrosted 53 pretty much everywhere else.
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. with a frost advisory. as for the afternoon temperatures. warming a bit. 55 degrees and palo alto. 50s, san jose for the in the valleys, the low with 50s. and also fifties for the east bay shore. just 50s for san francisco, the north bay, in the low 50s. and they look a your extended forecast after tomorrow, things are going to be going thursday, friday, we are born to have a gradual warm up. temperatures are going to be gradually--we're going to have a grudge will warm u gradual warm up. >> catherine: people who live in newtown, connecticut are facing a tough decision - one month after the tragic shooting at sandy hook elementary. there's a debate now on whether the building should be torn down, turned into a museum - or reopened as a school.. residents packed a high school auditorium sunday to
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discuss the future of sandy hook elementary school where 20 first graders and six staff members were killed. as the town struggles to deal with the tragedy, opinions vary on what should be done with the building. i don't think we should expect the students who are most hurting or the parents who are most hurting or the teachers who are most hurting to have to enter that school again. my best >> memories were at sandy hook school. i think that children in the future deserve to experience the same beautiful memories that i did and if we were to knock the school down we would be preventing future children from experiencing >> old thinks his school is broken and that we're going to fix it. personally my own opinion is i don't want to see the land and the building stay empty and broken. i want to do something with it whether it be a memorial park, i would support that. >> catherine: the massacre at newtown reignited the debate on gun control. vice president joe biden heads a panel that will make recommendations to president obama on ways to curb gun violence. newtown police chief michael kehoe offers his opinion. >> ban assault weapons,
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restrict those magazines that so have so many bullets in them. >> catherine: as the debate rages in washington, the people of newtown look for ways to move forward. catherine heenan kron4 news. >> pam: there is a new battleground on in the war on terror -- but this time america is *not leading the charge. more tonight at 5-30. ♪
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happening. >> catherine: we got a better idea today of just what the president is expecting. and details on what task force members are likely to put on their list. the president is acknowledging an uphill fight in congress. so now he's looking at actions he can take on his own to fight gun violence. >> "if we can save even one kid's life.have to take that step." >> catherine: the vice- president has been holding a series of meetings.including this one with cabinet members. some of the ideas on the table. reinstate the expired ban on assault weapons and limit magazines that have more than
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10 rounds. close the so-called gun-show loophole to require background checks for 'all' gun-buyers. ensure better access to mental health care. improve school security. review the impact of things like violent movies and video games. this comes in the wake of not only the school shootingbut tragedies like the movie theatre shooting in colorado. and the california teenager who fired on classmates he said had been bullying him. there are more than 30- thousand gun deaths in the u.s. every year. the white house wants a wide-ranging plan that goes beyond weapons and ammo. and on its first day in congress8 bills were introduced - or re- introduced dealing with the problem. >> my starting point is and not to do with all of them but what works. >> catherine: all of them are far from a done deal. but the president says he can handle it.. >> "my starting point.not politics.what makes sense, what works." >> catherine: another battle the president is facing -- the debt ceiling. he called on congress today to act quickly to raise it.saying america is not a 'dead-beat nation' that doesn't pay its bills.
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he says the mere threat of defaulting on government obligations is hurting the economy. the government has hit its borrowing limit and is expected to run out of ways to pay bills by early march. most people have never heard launchers and other weapons. former president bush is finally released from a hospital. right now, 40's through daly city. as for the current temperatures? quickly dropping into the 40's. 44 in daly city. a 49
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in fremont. but we are in for a nother round of the 30's and '40's again tonight. from the san mateo bridge we are seeing clear skies. the cold air mass with the combination of these things and a light went with cold temperatures and yet again the. taking a look at futurecast. widespread 30's. take a look a your screen. already 20's and 30's for the north bay. temperatures will start to warm up of but very slowly. still dealing with a 30 degree readings. temperatures in your neighborhood, coming up. >> most people have never heard of that. next at 5.
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more tonight at 5-30. >> most people have never heard of it. but in the past few days, the african nation of mali has emerged as a new battleground in the war on terror. kron four's grant lodes is here to explain how that happened and why it matters. with american and british support, french soldiers are now on the front lines in the fight against al qaeda. the battle is taking place in a town that once was a symbol of far=off mystery and geographic isolation. timbuktu is in the center mali.
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it's the fictional site of the french foreign legion's fort zinderneuf in the movie beau geste, now the french are on their way back. hundreds of ground troops arrived over the weekend, after the government appeared to about to lose control of its capital, french aircraft have started bombing al=qaeda held stringholds, but the latest reports are that new towns are falling into their hands. al qaeda began its offensive a year ago, when the end of the libyan civil war delivered a flood of weapons into their hands. a spokesperson told al jazeera, "we have tanks, armored vehicles, anti- aircraft guns, rocket most of the hourglass=shaped country is under al qaeda control. it has imposed strict sharia shrines of other religious groups. now it is promising to turn mali into france's afghanistan. >> the 49er faithful are excited as the team heads to the next round of the playoffs. gary radnich is here. it >> yes, it was exciting. >> 188 yds. >> it was a great game. and a let us to do this. this is setup for the nfc championship on the sunday in atlanta. the atlanta
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falcons and the san francisco 49ers. and some days we have the graphic and some days we do not. that is like what i like about kron we are explosive. you just knew never know what happens but let us speak about harbaugh. the quarterback we will talk about in a moment but here he is talking about atlanta. >> 80 game that gives them a lot of momentum. they can run the ball. and make a lot of plays. they do a great job of scheming and coaching. they will be a very good team. >> as usual, they did not have anything that would be deemed to grandiose show.
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the entire nation is talking about kaepernick. giving alex smith credit. he is certainly right in there. probably making it easier there is no doubt who is the better player. smith. that is it. he was dynamite. and pam said 188. make sure to point it out. he threw for the amount of 262 yds. the great amount of explosive kaepernick let the biggest offensive explosion, ever and here he is. >> the offensive played great today. far running backs ran well and our receivers ran plays. >> it was unbelievable. what
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amazes me his duty just to do that? >> you is running all over the field of big, strong, athletic and runs the ball extremely well. we do not have a lot of answers for him a. >> as a reminder for people who speak and write for a living. and we do not know just as much as karbala. for all the people that went on and on it. alex smith. in short it was a bad deal. but it just remember that part of what is the sky every day in practice. and i'm going to take an educated guess. the with the carries himself and the players know who is better. and in deed this guy is the leader. to do this again against atlanta? i do not know. but i know that people are on the inside. and i know how people that j. r. stone
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should be doing the updates. and some people say that perhaps he should be doing that instead of grant lodes but grant lodes i would say is also great. but do not let it go to your head i would not say that you are better than tom brokaw. >> in the meantime, the faithful saw are outside! here you can see fans shopping for team merchandise at a mobile kiosk at justin herman plazathose we spoke say niners fever can be felt all around town. >> we are continuing to keep it going. and of running all the way. >> we are doubly seeing a lot of red around town. >> i have seen in many people wearing 49ers and
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kaepernick and smith put it is still great. everywhere i go. it is kind of like the world series. super bowl all the way! the have a lot going for us right now. >> kaepernick has what it takes. >> and he has hot feet. >> colin kaepernick. >> and of this superbowl. it is the best year ever for the bay area sports. >> there is one item"the best" one item of apparel that's hard to come by is the kaepernick jersey.it was sold out at the san francisco location. the team says it's been their hottest selling item since he took over as starting quarterback. >> in the kron4 market update. a new home price forecast
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points to whether it's a buyers or sellers market. california possibly a huge stockpile for a mainly untapped resource. plus -- the mosted companies around the nation. and right here in the bay area. rob black breaks in down in the winners and losers on wall street. [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ]
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>> yes, this is according to core logic. there were up by 7.5%, this year it is expected to be 6%. inventory is incredibly lean. whole mortgage rates, lower inventory. so, that if no more homes go on sale. basically, is a seller's market. >> and also other areas of oil areas even here in california. >> yes, a massive amount of a oil from los angeles, and in monterey. the way in which rip have our fault lines. it is a bit of an accordion shell and not the easiest to extract however, we could add jobs in it is a
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ton of oil! 19 million per day. 400 billion in california alone. that is what is roughly half and saudi arabia this is a good stories. bakersfield, you are seeing homes to rubble of what they were homes -- double of what there were- sold for. >> and apple is below $500 per share. >> yes it is kind of old news. apple has become a difficult stock with too much, too little. perhaps they are missing something like steve jobs. this came out on the generous 64 their pride the price. from $800, to the amount of $770.
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however, the iphone 5 is the all-time is selling product. in all timing. >> some of the most hated companies. the 10 most hated companies from all angles of investors, shoppers. >> changes. if j.c. penney comes out they could ultimately fire some employees. some of variables. and if the stocks were higher. they changed things of that and also collect parker. hewlett-packard >> also, you can catch rob black on the a.m. broadcast and also on our twitte4/7 contests, 193. go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates and on digital 4.2.
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>> taking a look of our current conditions it is 44 degrees in daly city. 49 in the san francisco, 49 in richmond, sunnyvale. and in pleasanton, also 46 degrees. as we take a look of the next couple of days. warmer weather. temperatures in the morning will be on the 20's and 30's. mid '50s a little bit warmer. we will continue to see that warming trend for the week at the weekend. there is still cold air. hi skies and high pressure. well in and around us. not much rainfall but temperatures for the morning lows. chilly through napa, fairfield, 29 degrees in fairfield. 30's in concord. 30's in pleasanton. sunnyvale. freezing. redwood city and in livermore, 28 degrees there is a freeze
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warning for the north bay. there is a frost advisory for the bayshore. for the afternoon, a little bit warmer. 50s for the inland valleys. 52 in san francisco, 50s and san rafeal. taking a look at your extended forecast. it is going to be cold, chilly on wednesday but as of temperatures progress for the rest of the week we are going to see warmer temperatures. >> more than 30 years after her suspicious death. the autopsy report is finally being changed. i'll have the latest on actress natalie wood and the mystery behind her drowning.
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>> she was hollywood's brightest star - but her mysterious death left questions unanswered. now the la coroner is
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changing natalie wood's death certificate. the actress drowned more than 30 years ago, but a newly released report shows the coroner is amending the official cause of death for natalie wood. and it's based on bruises on her upper body. the autopsy report is revised to show that some of the bruises may have occurred before she drowned, bu not be dy determined. wood's body was found floating off catalina island in 19-81. this is the yacht she was vacationing on when she died. she was with then husband robert wagner and actor christopher walken before somehow ending up in the water. the sheriff's department says it's an open investigation but that wagner is not considered a suspect. >> jody foster is revealing that she's gay without actually saying it. >> i discover a sudden urge to say something that i never really said in public,. >> foster came out during the golden globes as she accepted the cecil b. demille lifetime achievment to clear up any doubts about her future in acting.foster said she has no plans to retire, but may do more directing.
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>> coming up at 6:00 p.m., police. and if the doping allegations of lance armstrong
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>> pam: ice on the windshields ice on the roads. >> no injuries. could have been a lot worse. >> pam: multiple car
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accidents as the bay area is gripped by record cold temperatures. at six. freezing temperatures continue to blanket the bay area. a freeze warning and frost advisory are in effect. this is a live look out of livermore. where the temperatures did sink to the low 30's. i'm with kron4's jacqueline bennett in the weather center. when can we expect a warm up, jacqueline? >> jacqueline: unfortunately, we are going to see warmer weather but that is not until later this week very cold temperatures in the 40's. 20's and 30's overnight. fairly chilly like novado. 44 in antioch. 43 and half moon bay and as we look ahead towards it tonight. clear, cold, through the san mateo bridge. 20's and 30's
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overnight. as you can see. widespread 30's. and for the 7:00 a.m. hour. cold temperatures in your neighborhood, coming up. >> pam: the freezing weather making for dangerous road conditions. ice on this roadway is to blame for this six- car crash in oakland this morning. this happened around 8 - oclock this morning on claremont avenue near tanglewood road. >> we have this pre-existing ice patch from this water coming down the hill. the second real came down and now the stockpile. they goodness, it could have been worse.
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>> pam: o-p-d says, there was also a hit-n-run on claremont. as the driver of the 6th vehicle involved in these collisions. did not bother to stick around thank goodness--it did not get worse. >> pam: meantime. a violent weekend in oakland. 15 people shot over the weekend. including five at a birthday party sunday night. sunday's shooting came. after four people were shot and killed friday. today, oakland city officials promising action. more on that part of the story ahead. but first, grant lodes is standing by with more on the outbreak of violence. grant? >> we'll break it down and map out all the shootings starting with friday. starting on firday.four shootings.all of them fatal.all over the city. three fo the four were friday afternoon. the other was 8:15 friday night. two shootings saturday. nobody died. but there were three people shot at this one location saturday afternoon.near seminary avenue and harmon street.
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and then three more shootings yesterday - sunday. none fatal.but a five people were shot at this one foothill boulevard. less than a half mile from saturday's shooting in which 3 people were hit. >> pam: oakland police chief howard jordan says, rival groups are connected to some of the recent shootings in the city >> to of the recent four mortars were groups of people. these are groups of people that are involved in 90% of the violence and oakland. >> in addition to the one a rest to the oakland police department 11- illegal firearms while officers were out investigating the shootings that occurred over the weekend. confiscated firearms. >> the san francisco police department releases the sketch of a man who attacked a woman in the mission dictrict. this is a sketch of the suspect who attempted to sexually assault a 31-year old woman back on january sixth.
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just before three in the morning, the woman was walking down 23rd street towards church, when a man lunged at her-- grabbing her head and throwing her to the ground. he is described as an asian or hispanic male, 25 years of age, with a buzz haircut and slight beard growth. >> pam: f-b-i agents are now in week two of a search for human remains associated with the speed freak killers. herzog are the serial kiling duo who went on a drug induced killing rampage in the 80's and 90's. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us with more on the search for victim remains. >> we are seven days into this search and the fbi is still doing prep work. i just got off the phone with some of the insiders in this case and they tell me that they are hoping to actually start searching for bones next week. keep in mind there have been a number of setbacks here. this is video from last week showing this search and the prep work that is still going on. last week the fbi announced that
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the well has a natural depth of 200 feet but they can't find the current bottom of this well so that means more prep work before they start sifting. prep work was originally going to take a couple days. that though has changed because the bottom of this well could be four times what the fbi originally thought it was. death row inmate wesley shermantine has said for sometime that victims can be found inside this abandoned well. he claims they are victims of his late partner in crime loren herzog. crews have put a camera down into this well but so far it has not helped them. but again, the hope here is to start hand sifting for remains next monday. j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: the flu outbreak now being called an epidemic in the u-s. the centers for disease control and prevention says 47 states are now reporting widespread flu activity. officials say part of the severity of a flu season depends on what strain circulates. part depends on how many get vaccinated. we have had
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a lot more people vaccinated in the last few years, but still fewer than half of americans get vaccinated each year. we'd like to change that." >> pam: 20 kids have died since the flu outbreak began. in california. four adults have died in the outbreak. >> kaiser permanente hospitals and clinics have given out 1.2 million vacinnes so far and that number is probably going to get higher soon. and here's why. see this graph right here. physicans tell kron four news that it shows a steady increase in cases in northern california. and because of that fact, they are doubling up their effort to get the word out to get a shot and do it sooner rather than later. kaiser saw a shortage of vaccines last week, but now they say help is on the way as more supplies are heading to facilities throughout the >> there should be a larger shipment coming up. >> reporter: you were saying? >> correct there was a friend of that was looking
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and the one to a variety of places. a similar thing could happen at other sources. there will redistrict it and get access and it is not too late tto get vaccinated for they say that it is not too late with more vaccines on the way. if you are in the east bay. we found there is no shortage of the flu vaccine at contra costa health services. at the immunization clinic headquarters in martinez. we got a look at the supply. the county has all the different types of vaccines in stock. from the regular vial, the shot for kids, the nasal spray and even the shot made just for pregnant woman. officials there tell us there are plenty of shots to go around. >> so far, we have not had to turn people away. and as long as we receive people, and vaccinations, we can
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still give it the immunizations. >> pam: contra costa public health clinics have given out 15-thousand flu shots this year. and flu season ends in march. >> los angeles coroner's officials changed the official cause of death for actress natalie wood. there are unanswered questions about bruises on her upper body. officials say the bruises may have occurred before she went into the water and drowned-- but this could not be definitively determined. wood's body was found floating off catalina island back in 19-81. the cause of death has been changed from "accidental drowning" to "drowning and other undetermined factors." >> a 16-year-old teen accused of shooting a classmate at a california high school is being charged as an adult. bryan oliver-of kern county has been charged with attempted murder in the shooting that happened at taft union high school last thursday. police say the 16-year-old suspect was targeting two students who he says bullyed him. the gunfire hit and injured
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one of the students. and missed another. people in the small town who know the suspect say oliver was teased for his small stature. >> one month after the newtown school shooting.that left 20 kids dead. the town is struggling to deal with the tragedy. coming up, residents discuss the future of sandy hook elementary school. the massacre at newtown reignited the debate on gun control. we'll hear president obama's call to action. plus, a turning point in the lance armstrong doping saga. details on his emotional taped interview with oprah winfrey. next! [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on, for two whole years. from at&t. [ female announcer ] a great price for a great triple-play bundle. [ male announcer ] call now. bundles with u-verse tv, internet and home phone start at $89 a month. now get the same great price for two years.
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national debate on gun violence. members say to want to try to set a course for change - so that other communities don't suffer through similar disasters. president obama has re- issued a call for action on gun violence. his special task forced aimed at coming up with solutions has been busy. and today - we got a better idea today of just what the president is expecting. the president is acknowledging an uphill fight in congress. so now he's looking at actions he can take on his own to fight gun violence. >> "if we can save even one kid's life.have to take that step." >> catherine: the vice- president has been holding a series of meetings.including this one with cabinet members. some of the ideas on the table. reinstate the expired ban on assault weapons and limit magazines that have more than 10 rounds. close the so- called gun-show loophole to require background checks
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for 'all' gun-buyers. ensure better access to mental health care. improve school security. review the impact of things like violent movies and video games. this comes in the wake of not only the school shooting in connecticut. but tragedies like the movie theatre shooting in colorado. and the california teenager who fired on classmates he said had been bullying him. there are more than 30- thousand gun deaths in the u.s. every year. the white house wants a wide-ranging plan that goes beyond weapons and ammo. and on its first day in congress8 bills were introduced - or re- introduced dealing with the problem. all of them are far from a done deal. but the president says he can handle it.. >> "my starting point. not politics. what makes sense,
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what works." >> catherine: this wasn't one of those government groups that takes forever to do something. the president's task force has had about a week - and will present some detailed recommendations over the next couple of days. >> pam: president obama is telling congress to act quickly to raise the country's 16-trillion dollar debt limit. warning that social security checks would be delayed if the nation's borrowing authority isn't extended. >> we are not a dead beat the nation. so there is a very simple solution to this. congress authorizes this to pay our bills. if the house and the senate wanted to give me the authority so they do not have to take these difficult votes. if they want to put the responsibility on me to raise the debt ceiling i'm happy to do it. >> pam: the president is also warning republicans to not insist on spending cuts in exchange for rasing the debt limit. the government could run out of money and shut down in
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march if a deal is not reached. >> former president george h-w bush is out of the hospital for the first time in nearly two months. he was discharged today. after spending several weeks being treated for bronchitis, a bacterial infection and a persistent cough his spokesman said. bush is able to go home without any special medication, but he will do physical therapy, doctors said. the 88-year-old former president said he's "deeply grateful" to the doctors and nurses who took care of him and for all the cards and well-wishes. >> jacqueline: take a look these temperatures. the low 40's. 45 in daly city. 40's in vallejo. the livermore
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airport. as we look ahead for the next few days. 20's and 30's. we are going to be a little bit warmer in the afternoon wednesday morning, things will be a little bit warmer. and for the afternoon temperatures. low 50s for the weekend. this high pressure is building. to the north of and around right now. we are not going to see some rain for quite some time. and still with the 20's & 30's. 28 in napa. down the peninsula, redwood city, 32 degrees. and in the in the valleys, 30's in pleasanton, 29 in fairfield. there is a freeze warning in effect for the north bay.
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from a frosted 53, with sub- freezing temperatures. and the frosty when chilled will be fairly widespread. including for the bay shore. temperatures will be in the 30's. for the afternoon, a lot of of a warm up. 56 and the sunnyvale 56 also in the santa rosa. for the inland valleys. for the sierras, we're not going to see that snowfall at least for a while. mostly sunny and warm. as we take a look at our own extended forecast. and nicer afternoon. temperatures in the low 60s. the morning lows will be just a little bit more comfortable.
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>> pam: after the break a look a the preparations for president obama's inauguration in washington.
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>> pam: as president barack obama's second inauguration rapidly approaches. washinton d.c. is abuzz with preparations. 900,000 people are expected to attend this years ceremony. but that's only half the number of people that turned out to see the inauguration in 2009. about 250,000 people have the much coveted tickets to stand close to the president. last time many were turned away in confusion but this year looks to be better. there will be a private ceremony on january 20th followed by the public inauguration on january 21st. >> facebook is generating a lot buzz with a mysterious pressthe social media giant has invited the news media to "come and see what we're building." much of the speculation is latching onto the long- rumored facebook smartphone or tablet. but c-e-o mark zuckerberg
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>> pam: the recovering economy and high gas prices are driving record ridership on bart. still ahead at 6-30. why the increase in passengers could raise problems. plus, the flu reaching epedemic levels this year. why many sick workers don't plan on staying at home and getting better. >> jacqueline: temperatures are already in the 30's. we will take a hot a look at your neighborhood, coming up. ♪
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>> jacqueline: our top story is the cold. this live look him in livermore 37 degrees. we're also seeing temperatures and 44 degrees
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at the airport and other locations. temperatures quite chilly. 30's through vallejo, and again a lot colder. 20's and 30's for the overnight hours. a 28 in napa, fairfield. 30's in pleasanton, 284 livermore. and we do have a freeze in effect 30's also expected in concord, pleasanton, oakland. temperatures are going to be a tad warmer than today. 50s for the south bay. concord, pleasanton the richmond. for the north bay, a mixture of 50s. cold again tomorrow with frigid, in fact. frosty windshields expected to. for the afternoon and slightly warmer and that warming
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trend will continue temperatures in the low 60s. >> with the flu season picking up i was checking up on the flu vaccination immunizations. so far, no shortages. they have not had an overwhelming amount of people coming and. justin waldman, kron 4. >> kaiser permanente in redwood city are going to be receiving more it doses of the flu vaccine, and the day. this is in dealing with a vast shortage that they are facing. the 30 additional are going to be distributed at various clinics. it is not just kaiser permanente day. it is other facilities. in northern california that also been in short. terisa
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estacio, kron 4 news. >> and lakrsburg this huge redwood took down power lines. and destroyed his home. there were working late into the evening to clear the tree from baltimore ave. charles clifford, kron 4. >> there has been a spike and women for signing up for self-defense class's. >> one of these woman was attacked in san francisco. additional class's have been
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added. reporting in the newsroom, scott rates, kron 4. the oaklandon violence with two of the four murders this weekend work involving groups of people. these are people that are involved in 90% of the violence in oakland. >> chief jordan is enlisting help of the c h p, and the sheriff's department to help with this search of violence. haazig madyun kron 4. >> now, a look at this the
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fbi has been here for one week. they have only been doing site preparation. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> in san francisco the 49ers fever's this spreading. they are purchasing merchandise at justin herman plaza. the city is a buzzing. >> it definitely seeing a lot of red. >> oh my gosh! family it is like the world series for everybody is walking a round very happy. >> reporter: roncalli, kron 4. >> bart rider ship is up by 6% and the last year. 391,000 passengers are taking part. but the problem is that that is more than
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they expected. people are doing a lot more standing for a lot of locker. bart needs about 225 more cars to meet this demand. but those are not coming anytime soon. dan kerman, kron 4. >> apples the dominance in the smart phone market could become to an end. according to the wall street to journal, the iphone 5 component orders have been cut in half. this suggesting that the demand is lower. apple is slowing down on manufacturing. their stock was impacted. almost $200 and down gabe slate tech report >> pay attention to this man walking away from the camera. will the postal truck do the right thing? let us roll the video. and it was not like the driver
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was in their rush the only part a few feet away. the chp is stating that they need to yield. there is no law that says that they need to beat the pedestrian. however, drivers are doing just that. no matter what this person is carrying you must yield. if they are riding a bicycle the cannot use the crosswalk. just like a squatter should not be using the crosswalk. pedestrians now also should not be able to cross if you do not have a wall so you need to wait until you do. there is a constant battle between pedestrians and drivers both our breaking the law. remember this, if you are on foyt and if you are on the right you still
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>> as the nation's flu epidemic worsens -- many sick workers don't plan on staying at home and getting better. all because they can't afford to. alison kosik has more on just how many americans don't have paid sick days. you've probably already gotten the office memo - stay home from work if you feel sick. but as many as one in three americans can't take their bosses up on that offer - /ppbecause they don't have paid sick days./ppthe bureau of labor statistics says around 80% of full time workers get paid sick days while only 25% of part time workers do. /ppthat means almost 41 million americans can't afford to stay home when they're sick-- which puts everyone else at risk. /ppin fact, the american journal of public health says an additional five million people were infected with flu symptoms in 2009. mainly because they caught it from a co-worker./ppadd it all up, and the seasonal flu can get quite costly. /ppthe center for disease control estimates a typical flu season costs businesses about 9 to 10 billion dollars in direct costs. things like worker hospitalizations, outpatient and emergency visits, medication./ppand that doesn't even count indirect costs like lost productivity and sales./pp so while providing sick days may seem too expensive for some employers, it can actually be more costly to withhold them. an analyst with the center for american progress says the u.s. is the only developed country without a law ensuring workers have the right to have paid sick days. i'm alison kosik in new york gary radnich is next
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>> good evening, everybody take a look fiord >> the kickoff is on a sunday at atlanta. coach karpov's. >> they are coming off of a game with a lot of momentum. we saw, in every guard what they can do. the defense, making a lot of fleece. they do a great job of coaching, skiing in. at this point you are going to have a very good team. >> he looked at exceptionally low key today
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and in the meantime, they are still raving about, and kaepernick. you can make a case that no quarterback in history had a night like that. there is talk the big stage was not too big for him. aaron rogers he is now king. >> we played great today, the offensive line, are running backs ran well and a receiver ran place. >> the way that he runs it is amazing. did he just do
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that? >> he was running all over the field and the big, strong, athletic and throws the ball well. >> is funny that pam still has that same scouting report. >> they are going to be looking for him. and they are or to be scouting for him. football and boxing but i agree. if he even plays remotely like he did on saturday against atlanta it will be incredible. but he is on half time for the seattle against atlanta and:kaepernick. he is modest. he is eon. so the coach just cuts him oand it just shows you the point is that it our business. you
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can be the king of the world but if you are not saying anything. he was talking on the field. and speaking of sunday. the onetime clear, gonzales is going against his 16 career. he wept after the game. atlanta are through a big, big lead. gonzales is a 95 percent sure that he is going to retire. and i am proud to say that they used to hang out at a nightclub run by our former kron 4 producer.
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and that was the problem. he was at the nightclub and instead of here. >> pam: that was not the problem. and in the old days he would go out and get all of these guests. and he would just say we would like to have this guy come down and it would automatically say no. >> pam: he knows them >> put them off all of the drinks and that they hope would come down. >> pam: it that made you look good. >> take a look at kavanaugh. kevin -- the bodyguard. the east side props basketball team. we are still on course for a possible harbaugh vs harbaugh. he led the ravens.
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he is hoping for a different result. peyton manning with and an interception in overtime. and that is why i say all the time, outside the quarterback is the most important part of the field. >> he was still excited. it was one of those it davies where indiana beat minnesota. one of those days-and we watched johnson came it was exciting, thrilling. and there was a lot of excitement and action. going back to back to back. three, four, five episodes in a row. >> the 24 reference and by
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the way, the indian the victory. the sister of harbaugh is married to an one of the affiliate's of the indiana team. >> bob melvin is expected to stay until a 2016. and the a's have avoided arbitration with george kottrais. and i do not know why they portend mayor ed 212 was george? jason used to work with jim hill and the los angeles. and george gutiterez hit 2120 and jason? buster posy he is
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the mvp. he is not want to play in this world class. ryan vogelson this could be a $20 million per year. why would you risk injury playing in this world of baseball classic. but they have to do it after this season but do not have it in march when everybody is ready for their regular games. lance armstrong. is going to sit down with oprah winfrey it will be on thursday. he will admit
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